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After months of massing forces on Ukraine’s border and threatening to launch a new invasion, Russia has been accused of fabricating a pretext for attacking by falsely claiming that Ukraine is planning to attack the Donbas. The international community and Ukraine are working around the clock to deter further Kremlin aggression and stop this eight-year conflict from becoming the deadliest war in Europe in decades. As Russian President Vladimir Putin seeks to force Ukraine to pursue a Moscow-approved national-security and domestic policy, Ukrainians are continuing to assert their independence.
Foreign Minister of Ukraine H.E. Dmytro Kuleba joins the Atlantic Council for an #ACFrontPage conversation about what is at stake in Ukraine, how Ukraine is responding to Russia’s war of aggression, and how the international community can stand with Ukraine on the frontlines of democracy. Ambassador John Herbst, senior director of the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center and former US ambassador to Ukraine, moderates a one-on-one conversation with Minister Kuleba.
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Atlantic Council Front Page is our premier live ideas platform for global leaders to discuss the defining challenges of our time. #ACFrontPage is a virtual event series featuring top newsmakers across multiple digital platforms. Harnessing the convening power and expertise of the Council’s fifteen Programs and Centers, #ACFrontPage leverages the Council’s capabilities in social media, press, and digital outreach to spotlight the world’s most prominent leaders and the most compelling ideas across sectors and engage new audiences eager for nonpartisan and constructive solutions to current global challenges. This widely promoted program features the Council’s most important guests and content serving as the highlight of our programming each week.
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The Eurasia Center’s mission is to enhance transatlantic cooperation in promoting stability, democratic values and prosperity in Eurasia, from Eastern Europe and Turkey in the West to the Caucasus, Russia and Central Asia in the East.